MAD scientists will be on hand at the British Motor Museum to help solve the problem of transport-use in the effort for a green future.
The interactive show hosted by Professor Pickle and Dr Pumpkin will be among many during a fortnight of educational activities, including science, technology, engineering, art and maths (Steam), taking place for youngsters from March 2 to 13.
Designed to coincide with National Science Week, the museum will be offering a range of interactive activities to enhance pupils’ learning and tackle some of the transport issues facing future generations.
The Steam fortnight is an addition to the museum’s regular schools programme at the Gaydon museum. which includes children designing a Land Rover cut-out car for the 21st century, road testing remote controlled Jaguar D-Types and getting hands-on in a Lego workshop investigating the effects of gears and ratios.
Visit www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/schools for more information.